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Open Box markdowns on Newegg additional 10-75% off (e.g. 1TB HP ex920 ssd $101)

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The open box markdowns are back, we last saw a similar deal at the end of March.
https://www.newegg.com/Open-Box/S...pe=OPENBOX

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HP Ex920 ssd 1TB for $101 shipped .

MSI Z370 A Pro ATX Motherboard $40
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Asrock z370m matx motherboard ~$47
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MSI 1060 6gb ~$127
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pfff that 920 isn't discounted much for an open box when they also have a promo for a new one right now. They should have thought that through.

I picked up an Asus RTX2070 for $374.99. SCORE!
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I picked up an Asus RTX2080 for $374.99. SCORE!
link? I combed through all the gpu's and definitely didn't see that. You sure it's not a 2070?
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link? I combed through all the gpu's and definitely didn't see that. You sure it's not a 2070?
DOH Keyed wrong yes 2070.
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DOH Keyed wrong yes 2070.
Gotcha. Still a solid deal.
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Yeah I would be weary of buying an open box SSD/m.2 with short warranty. Every single SSD I've owned despite brand have had RMA in their lifespan/warranty period.
Yea and talking about the reliability of HP products. UM NO! I'm quite sure they would find a way out of covering an open box product also when they see your invoice. I would rather pay the what $25 more for a full warranty then receiving "sorry sucker your not in warranty". lol
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Gotcha. Still a solid deal.
Yea when the same card is going for $500-$550 used on HWS. Asus warranty is based on serial number so open box means jack and these things aren't that old so plenty of warranty left. I'll take $150 off retail. Especially when my current 1070TI is going for $350-$375 on fleabay.

In the end I'll pay around $70 for a 2070 that will have nearly all of it's 3 year warranty remaining.

Don't think I won't send in the $30 MIR for it also as the terms for the rebate say nothing about open box products like they have in the past. If anything I'll loose out on the upc being on the box and a stamp. Saying it comes in the retail box that is with the bar code intact. If the rebate bit works out I'll technically pay $40 for a 2070. LOL

I am kicking myself for not spending the extra $120 for the 2080 before it went OOS. They still have another one for $701.99 I believe prior to the 20% but it's slower then the one that was $679.99 so makes no sense to pay more for a slower card.
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Yeah I would be weary of buying an open box SSD/m.2 with short warranty. Every single SSD I've owned despite brand have had RMA in their lifespan/warranty period.
jesus thats crazy, are you just constantly writing to them ?? I have never had an SSD issue before. My current OS SSD is 6 years with somthing like 40tb written. and a bunch of shit SSD's for Steam drives. I even have an Intel 80gb that's 10 years old and no issues.
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jesus thats crazy, are you just constantly writing to them ?? I have never had an SSD issue before. My current OS SSD is 6 years with somthing like 40tb written. and a bunch of shit SSD's for Steam drives. I even have an Intel 80gb that's 10 years old and no issues.
I've had Crucial, OCZ, SanDisk, ADATA, Mushkin. The only one that hasnt been RMA is Mushkin and cause its only 7 months old.

In fact I just RMAd my SanDisk from my desktop. Complete drive failure, wont even boot, cant even initialize.

Running on Silverstone Gold PSU with CyberPower Cine Wave UPS... So I dont think it's a power issue. Also never had any other component die other than my SSDs. Though I do run my main OS and VM guest host on them.
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Now's your chance to get this crazy-balls backpack computer https://m.newegg.com/product/N82E16834154390R?m_ver=1
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thanks - picked up an Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC for around 550. For open box GPUs make sure and buy one that does not require a warranty registration and will transfer - Gigabyte, EVGA or MSI.
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thanks - picked up an Gigabyte RTX 2080 Gaming OC for around 550. For open box GPUs make sure and buy one that does not require a warranty registration and will transfer - Gigabyte, EVGA or MSI.
Asus is serial based and requires no registration. I'm pretty sure with EVGA the original purchaser has to register the card before it can be transferred. They changed rules around March of last year I believe.
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